I Don’t Have an Emergency Contact

February 5, 2022

This is an extremely sensitive topic for some grievers when they find themselves in the situation of not having someone to list as their emergency contact.  The void of not having someone who will show up for you increases the grieving experience tenfold.  It is up to the griever to do the necessary work to find healing so that they can find someone to show up for them.




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